Impromptuspeechreflection

Impromptuspeechreflection - David Etter I tried my best to...

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David Etter I tried my best to have a positive and entertaining tone during my speech. I wanted to lighten the mood and not be too serious. I could have projected my voice more and spoken more clearly. Some of the comments from my classmates said to talk a little slower, which I agree with. I did not really move around the classroom at all. I do not think that was necessary for this speech but may be a good tool to use for the next few speeches in this course. I used my hands a lot in the speech. I sometimes had my hands in front of me, sometimes behind me, and once in my pockets. I should have paid more attention to my hand placement but I was not thinking about my hands at all during the speech I just did what felt natural. I used a lot of hand gestures and I think that was good to go along with what I was saying. However, I think I need to do a better job of controlling where I put my hands and bring down the amount that I use my hands for gesturing. I used several filler words throughout the speech but I did not stick to one specifically.
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This note was uploaded on 02/02/2012 for the course AEE 3030 taught by Professor Conklin during the Spring '12 term at University of Florida.

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